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Hutchy and Moly quickest on damp roads

The damp and misty weather for much of the morning and afternoon played its part in this evening's TT practice session.

The first bikes got off on time at 6.20pm in bright, sunny and clear conditions, but there were still a number of wet patches around the course.

Ramsey Hairpin and Governor's Bridge were problematic early on.

They did get a bit dryer as the session progressed, but it gave the newcomers something else to think about, as Charlie Williams described about an hour into the solo session: (play clip)

Ian Hutchinson was the quickest solo rider again, taking his Superbike over 128mph, the only one to do so.

With the sidecars Manxman Dave Molyneux drove like a man possessed, clocking 114.3mph to throw down the gauntlet to his competitors.

One incident to report from the chairs, Glyn Jones and Jason O'Connor had a spill at Lambfell.

They were taken to hospital with minor injuries.

The pair who went off at Kerrowmoar last night, Keith Walters and Alun Thomas, were released from hospital this morning and were back out on the course tonight.

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